college football

February 10, 2010

TCU’s Patterson Is AP Football Coach Of The Year

TCU’s Gary Patterson has been named College Football Coach of the Year by the Associated Press. Patterson is the first AP Coach of the Year from outside the "BCS" conferences. TCU plays Boise State in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.http://www.ncaafoo...

February 5, 2010

Meyer To Remain At Florida After Leave

Florida head football coach Urban Meyer now says he will return to coach the Gators at the start of the 2010 regular season after taking a leave of absence after this season. Meyer will coach the Gators in the upcoming Sugar Bowl against Cincinnati.h...

February 5, 2010

Meyer Returning To Florida March 17

Urban Meyer has announced he’ll return as the University of Florida head coach by March 17, the first day of spring practice. Meyer said he’s cutting back his travel next month and plans to have a series of tests in February to figure out...

February 5, 2010

La. Tech Hires Dykes As Football Coach

Louisiana Tech has hired Sonny Dykes as its new football coach. Dykes, 40, spent the last three seasons as the offensive coordinator at the University of Arizona.

February 5, 2010

Kiffin Leaves Tennessee For USC

After one year on the job, Lane Kiffin has left the University of Tennessee to become the head coach at the University of Southern California. Kiffin went 7-6 with the Vols in his only season in Knoxville.

February 5, 2010

East Carolina Names Alum McNeil As Football Coach

East Carolina University has named alum Ruffin McNeill as its new football coach. McNeill’s most recent job was as interim head coach at Texas Tech. He was hired at Texas Tech in 2000 as linebackers coach and eventually became defensive coordin...

February 5, 2010

Cornell To Name Austin As Head Coach

Cornell is set to name Ole Miss offensive coordinator, Kent Austin, as the school’s new football coach. Austin had been at Ole Miss, his alma mater, for the last two seasons. His other coaching experience comes from the Canadian Football League...

February 5, 2010

Cornell Football Coach Resigns

Jim Knowles, Cornell football coach, has resigned from his post and it is being reported that he has accepted a coaching position at an unnamed program Knowles was 26-34 in five years with the program.